How to Start Stem Cell Treatment With Stem Cell Institute

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Starting stem cell treatment is a big decision. While it can be exciting, it can also leave you with questions about what to expect such as treatment options, travel, safety, and efficacy. To help you be more prepared, we have written this guide to starting stem cell therapy at Stem Cell Institute in Panama City,…

Stem Cell Treatment — What Kind of Stem Cells Are There?

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Stem cells are cells that haven’t been assigned a specific task in the body. At Stem Cell Institute, we focus our stem cell treatment and research on adult stem cells, and exclusively use mesenchymal stem cells, called Golden Cells™, to treat a variety of health conditions.  Our Golden Cells™ were identified by our lab based…

Applied Stem Cell Therapy Expert, Neil Riordan, PhD, Authors “Cell Therapy for Liver Failure: A New Horizon” in Contemporary Liver Transplantation Medical Reference

DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TEXAS (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 08, 2016 (Original Press Release on PRWeb) A new chapter by renowned applied stem cell therapy expert, Neil Riordan, PhD of the Riordan-McKenna Institute in Southlake, Texas; Medistem Labs Panama, and the Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama, entitled, “Cell Therapy for Liver Failure: A New Horizon” is now…

Umbilical Cord Tissue Mesenchymal Stem Cells Best For Clinical Applications

A recent study concluded that umbilical cord tissue is the best source for clinically utilizable mesenchymal stem cells. Comparative Characterization of Cells from the Various Compartments of the Human Umbilical Cord Shows that the Wharton’s Jelly Compartment Provides the Best Source of Clinically Utilizable Mesenchymal Stem Cells. Arjunan Subramanian, Chui-Yee Fong, Arijit Biswas, Ariff Bongso…

New article concludes US FDA restrictions hampering stem cell therapy progress

An article published this month in Thieme Journal of Knee Surgery entitled, “The Use of Biologic Agents in Athletes with Knee Injuries” concluded that “Biologic agents… are becoming the mainstay of nonoperative therapy in the high-demand athletic population.” but “…Unfortunately, strict regulations by the FDA continue to restrict their application in clinical practice.” The good…